Look, Listen & Live 5 On Trial for GOD - Quichua Chimborazo
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Book 5 of an audio-visual series with Bible stories of Elisha, Daniel, Jonah, Nehemiah, Esther. For evangelism, church planting, systematic Christian teaching.
Program Number: 64384
Language name: Quichua Chimborazo
1. Introduction ▪ Picture 1. Naaman Visits Elisha's House
2. Picture 2. Naaman in the River
3. Picture 3. Elisha and the Army of God
4. Picture 4. Elisha and the Blind Army
5. Picture 5. The Siege of Samaria
6. Picture 6. The Four Lepers
7. Picture 7. Jonah flees from God
8. Picture 8. Jonah and the Great Fish
9. Picture 9. Jonah at Nineveh
10. Picture 10. Esther and the King
11. Picture 11. Mordecai Refuses to Bow Down
12. Picture 12. Esther's Feast
13. Picture 13. Daniel and His Friends
14. Picture 14. Daniel and the King of Babylon
15. Picture 15. The Image of Gold
16. Picture 16. The Furnace of Fire
17. Picture 17. Daniel Prays to God
18. Picture 18. Daniel in the Lions' Den
19. Picture 19. Nehemiah Before the Great King
20. Picture 20. Nehemiah Inspects the Ruined City
21. Picture 21. Building the Walls
22. Picture 22. Ezra Reads the Law
23. Picture 23. Jesus on the Cross
24. Picture 24. Jesus Shows the Way to Everlasting Life
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